Gujral. A fusion of Indian and Western, the Illustratti collection is Raseel’s evolution to a spontaneous and vibrant format, featuring the graphic art that can be customised by dimension. Illustratti is packed with youthful energy, complimented with free movement of varying forms.
11 am onwards, January 7-12, Casa Paradox, The Gallery, DLF Emporio. For details call: 9899839394
The exhibition will showcase social patterns and lifestyle of the early man with the regional variations of the rock art depictions with indigenous art traditions from Saura (Odisha), Warli (Maharashtra), Rathwa (Gujrat) communities. The international section of exhibition would mainly be based on the photographs collected from the delegates.
10am to 7pm , till January 25, Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, Janpath. For details, call: 9999858558
Staging up for rights
The Vagina Monologues is a global phenomenon and has become a brand name in India. This powerful play-an unusual blend of outrageous comedy and heart-breaking drama-tells the stories of women like you have never heard before. The Hindi version of the play, translated by Ritu Bhatia and Jaydeep Sarkar, will elate, educate and entertain you in unimaginable ways reaching poetic, comedic and dramatic heights rarely seen on the Indian Stage.
9 pm, January 8, at blueFROG, The Kila. Seven Style Mile, Mehrauli. For details, call: 30800300
Shaping up the environment
The International Uranium Film Festival is dedicated to most spectacular and vibrant films on the issue of nuclear fuel cycle: Uranium mining, nuclear power plants, atomic bombs, nuclear waste, radioactive risks, nuclear medicine. The festival focuses on to bring people closer to the issue through the art of cinema. The fest will screen feature, short and animation films on the entire spectrum of the nuclear debate — destructive and constructive — from bombs and radioactive wastes to medicine and mining.
11 am - 10 pm, till January 6, Siri Fort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg.
For details call: 9811193011
Milk the music
Aimed at promoting products made from cow (manure, dhoopbati, agnihotra samidha, pesticide, phenyel) the Holy Cow Foundation is working towards enabling sustainability of the cow. Making an effort to attract the public the foundation is organising a festival where international bands from world over will perform rock kirtan along with setting up stalls selling veg foods and snacks, cow panchgavya products, non-leather items, organic products, rural handicrafts and other related consumer products.
12.30 pm, January 5, The Plaza , Select City Walk Mall.
For details call: 9313188151